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Where is the "Words" list for the Irish course?

I just started Irish and I wanted to look at the words I've learned so far, but there is no Words list. My Spanish and French have the Words lists and I really miss it for the Irish course! I like using the Words list and the Flashcards as a review and to listen to the pronunciations of the words I'm learning. Is this a feature that only happens after I've learned a certain number of words? Thanks!

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/alHadzya
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Dia dhuit! Sadly, not all language courses have this feature. I believe this has to do with staff created courses vs. user created courses. However, there are a number of browser extensions available out there which enable this feature for you. I use DuoTweak, but you may find a different extension working for you better. Sláinte mhaith!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/beingjennifer

Thank you for your reply!! I just added DuoTweak to my computer along with the Duolingo Vocab Manager extension. I seem to need TamperMonkey in order to use DuoTweak on my computer. I'll see. The Vocab Manager works fine though!!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/beingjennifer

I just deleted the DuoTweak. It seems there are a bunch of other things you need to add to get it to work. I'm sticking with the Duolingo Vocab Manager for now. Thanks again!

2 years ago

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My pleasure, glad to help. So, yes, as you've found out you need a browser script manager to run the extension. In the case of Chrome, you need Tampermonkey.

I haven't tried other ones, as DuoTweak does what I felt was missing. I want to just give you a friendly caution to be careful about using various scripts. To the best of my knowledge DuoTweak, Vocab Manager and another 10 or so are on Duolingo's wiki list of acceptable extensions. Outside of that, I'm not so sure about. Good luck and happy learning!

2 years ago

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See here why some courses don't have the "Words" tab (and which ones).

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/beingjennifer

Thank you!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Foxy210

That's my wish, too. Sadly, just read the answer!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/beingjennifer

I just found this reply to another question and it has more info on how to install DuoTweak and how it works. I hope it works for us! https://www.duolingo.com/comment/8044096

2 years ago

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Well done, Jennifer. I can't keep up with you! BTW, in my past, I have looked a bit at Chinese and Arabic and I speak pretty good Greek. In comparison, Irish is easy to read and write but ..... oh boy, speaking it is the toughest language I've encountered so far.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/beingjennifer

Thank you. I found the extension for Chrome "Duolingo Vocab Manager" and it will pull the vocab that you are suppose to know and give you practice. I'm not sure about doing all that is needed to get DuoTweak to work on my computer. I like things simple. Good luck. I've only ever learned Spanish and a tiny bit of French and even less Arabic before this. I think I remember maybe two words of Arabic. Irish is challenging!!

2 years ago